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October 3, 2013

House Record - Wednesday, October 2, 2013

  1. The House met at 10 a.m. and was called to order by the Speaker pro tempore (Mr. Thompson of Pennsylvania).
  2. DESIGNATION OF SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  3. MORNING-HOUR DEBATE
  4. THE REAL WORLD OF OBAMACARE
  5. ISN'T IT TIME TO END THE REPUBLICAN SHUTDOWN?
  6. VA FUNDING
  7. BIPARTISAN IMMIGRATION REFORM
  8. CR VS. APPROPRIATIONS BILL VS. DOD
  9. THE TIME HAS COME FOR REASON
  10. WHEN YOU THINK YOU'VE SEEN IT ALL, STICK AROUND FOR ANOTHER DAY
  11. WE NEED LEADERSHIP IN THE HOUSE
  12. THE SENATE MUST ACT
  13. DAY TWO OF THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  14. AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE ACT
  15. REPUBLICAN SHUTDOWN AND ACA
  16. WORKING TO END GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  17. THE PRICE OF PARTISAN GAMES
  18. CONTINUING RESOLUTION
  19. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  20. 10TH AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION
  21. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH
  22. A REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT
  23. POLITICAL BRINKMANSHIP OVER RESPONSIBLE COMPROMISE
  24. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  25. GARRETT LEE SMITH MEMORIAL ACT REAUTHORIZATION
  26. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  27. CIVILITY
  28. RECESS
  29. AFTER RECESS
  30. PRAYER
  31. THE JOURNAL
  32. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  33. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER
  34. WASHINGTON DEMOCRATS SHOULD NEGOTIATE
  35. SCIENCE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  36. KEEP OUR MEMORIALS OPEN
  37. WE NEED A CLEAN CR TO GET OUR GOVERNMENT BACK TO WORK
  38. THE MISSING ELEMENT: COMPROMISE
  39. A GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN IS AN ABANDONMENT OF CONGRESS' DUTY
  40. HISTORY IS MUCH DIFFERENT
  41. SHAMEFUL IDEOLOGICAL TANTRUMS
  42. WE NEED A REASONABLE PROPOSAL
  43. NO NEW PATIENTS, NO NEW CLINICAL TRIALS
  44. TIME FOR SENATE TO EMBRACE #FAIRNESSFORALL, TIME TO REOPEN GOVERNMENT
  45. OPENING DAY FOR THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT IN CONNECTICUT
  46. TIME TO TALK
  47. PASS A CLEAN FUNDING BILL
  48. DEMAND FAIRNESS
  49. FAIRNESS IS NOT SHUTTING DOWN THE GOVERNMENT
  50. ANTI-GOP VANDALISM
  51. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  52. VETERANS
  53. BIPARTISAN APPROACH TO GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  54. GOVERNMENT CAN OPEN TODAY
  55. THE TEA PARTY IS WORRIED
  56. THE HOUSE WILL CONTINUE TO LEAD TO FIX PROBLEMS
  57. GOP SHUTDOWN
  58. FORT BRAGG SUFFERING DUE TO PRESIDENT'S INACTION ON LAW
  59. MAJORITY CR AND WOMEN'S HEALTH
  60. REPUBLICAN MAJORITY HAS ABDICATED THEIR RESPONSIBILITY
  61. PASS SENATE CR TODAY
  62. RECESS
  63. AFTER RECESS
  64. REPORT ON RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.J. RES. 70, NATIONAL PARK SERVICE OPERATIONS,...
  65. PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H. RES. 370, NATIONAL PARK SERVICE OPERATIONS, SMITHSONIAN...
  66. THE JOURNAL
  67. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2014
  68. MOTION TO TAKE FROM THE SPEAKER'S TABLE H.J. RES. 59, CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2014
  69. NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2014
  70. NATIONAL PARK SERVICE OPERATIONS, SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART, AND UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2014
  71. NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2014
  72. SHORT-TERM EXTENSION OF SPECIAL IMMIGRANT PROGRAM
  73. MITOCHONDRIAL DISEASE CAUCUS
  74. SIGNING UP FOR OBAMACARE
  75. EXCHANGE LAUNCH
  76. OBAMACARE
  77. OBAMACARE DISCRIMINATES
  78. THIS BODY MUST DO BETTER
  79. OBAMACARE IS A CIVIL RIGHT
  80. IMPLEMENTATION OF OBAMACARE
  81. CONGRESSIONAL PROGRESSIVE CAUCUS
  82. REGULAR ORDER
  83. TIMES THAT TRY MEN'S SOULS
  84. ADJOURNMENT
  85. EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.
  86. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
  87. PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
  88. PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
  89. CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY STATEMENT
  90. ADDITIONAL SPONSORS
  91. CONGRESSIONAL EARMARKS, LIMITED TAX BENEFITS, OR LIMITED TARIFF BENEFITS
Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)

Extension of Remarks:
  1. TRIBUTE TO MAJOR GENERAL CARL M. SKINNER — HON. MAC THORNBERRY 
  2. HONORING JOHN PARSONS — HON. HENRY A. WAXMAN 
  3. ON THE OCCASION OF MONA AND CANTOR SAMUEL L. GREENBAUM'S FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF SERVICE TO CONGREGRATION BETH SHALOM AND THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER DETROIT — HON. GARY C. PETERS 
  4. BISHOP D. RAYFORD BELL
  5. HONORING MARK E. LOPES
  6. PAY OUR MILITARY ACT
  7. IN HONOR OF SPC JON NAHOLNIK
  8. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  9. IN HONOR OF MRS. EVELYN LOWERY
  10. H.J. RES. 70, H.J. RES. 71, AND H.J. RES. 72
  11. CONGRATULATING HAROLD ``HB'' BRANCH III
  12. RECOGNIZING UNWARRANTED STIGMA IN SICKLE CELL DISEASE
  13. OUR UNCONSCIONABLE NATIONAL DEBT
  14. TRIBUTE TO STAYUNITED
  15. CELEBRATING NICHOLAS SENN HIGH SCHOOL'S CENTENNIAL YEAR
  16. THE HOPPERS—A NORTH CAROLINA MUSICAL TREASURE
  17. SUPPORT FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
  18. CELEBRATING PROFESSOR ALBERTO RIOS
  19. IN RECOGNITION OF MS. JEAN FICKLIN
  20. VETERANS BENEFITS CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2014
  21. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN IMPACT ON TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING PROGRAMS
  22. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  23. HONORING ELTON GALLEGLY
  24. SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
  25. MEETINGS SCHEDULED
Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)

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